Thursday, March 21, 2013; 7:15 a.m.
Location: Governor Hill Mansion, 136 State Street, Augusta, Maine
Contact: Jeff Marks; (207) 956-1970
The Maine State Chamber of Commerce and the New England Clean Energy Council are co-hosting this event with E2Tech and have planned a full morning of networking and information in Augusta. First, we’ll get a report on issues facing the first session of the 126th Legislature from Maine government’s energy and environmental leaders:
- Sen. Jim Boyle, Chair, Environment & Natural Resources Committee
- Rep. Barry Hobbins, Chair, Energy, Utilities and Technology Committee
- Patrick Woodcock, Director, Governor’s Energy Office
Following this forum, two panels of experts will dissect Maine’s energy portfolio and the quest for diversity, security, environmental progress, and market competition to Maine consumers.
Panel 1: The Role of Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency
Panel 2: The Role of Natural Gas
Join us for all or a portion of the information-packed morning. Registration at www.e2tech.org.